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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - March 3, 1904, Danville, PennsylvaniaThe Rov a Dis roses a 4 by Sara l1nusay 4 Coleman Polly dug la Heel of her smart Little Slipper into it la Earth and sent the Mauiu Ionek Forward vigorously. There were Only forty minutes of Freedom left. At to it when the train came in. She meant to Rise from the Hammock deliciously Cool in her swirl of White Organ die and give or. Howard the softest and prettiest of visions of l Quin and la Oleet creations swam before her mistely. It would be u pleasant life. She would ride drive Golf yacht be an arbiter of fashions an organizer of charities a patroness of balls. In the Spring there would be Little jaunts to London and Paris. Polly pillowed her head Oil her arms and watched herself All Billowy Satiu and Diamond sunbursts float up the aisle to the beating of Drums the flutter of flags the envy of bridesmaids. A hear a said a voice breaking into her reverie a i think you mean to say yes when or. 11 Ward comes up this afternoon and 1 want to Tell you that i am pleased. 11 will be very kind you will have everything and go Ever acre. 1 loved your father hut the a a wid did no to Call it a Good match. You know what my struggles have been to keep up apr Carn uces and you have Mude i sensible Polly s Mother slipped away. The a a a re to friends believed Polly to i a Little unnerved by tin Winter a Yeries. Polly knew that she was summering at the Mountain hotel be cause it was convenient for or. How Ard to run up and stay Over sundays. A the time has come a said Polly quoting the Walrus a and some of us Are out of breath she almost decided to meet or. Howard at the foot of the Hill. Ills breathlessness would be purely physical but for her Sake he had climbed the Hill on a Good Many saturday afternoons. Polly looked at the shining steel rails below her. There wore thirty minutes left now. She told herself that she was Well Content Ami then shivered unaccountably. It was the ridiculous Walrus and Carpenter Story. It was the memory of the Fate of his d1icty hands clutched a Box that fully knew. The poor Little oysters the poor Little oysters who thought they were in for such u frolic. �?�1 say Sis yelled Tommy from the hotel Steps Tommy was the despair of his family a when you marry old Howard you la set me to peach Cream every Day wont you a Polly sat up very Ungry. A come to me this moment Tommy Baker a she called. It pleased Tommy to obey. He stood before her with the wickedest of grins upon his freckled face. His dirty bands Eluted u Box that Polly knew How Well she knew it �?o1 thought you need Campaign trophies now Quot lie said. A tin Goniu to give Mem to the Fellars that a got girls. I ainu to got no Polly Bent Forward with a smile that even Tommy could not resist. 11 opened the Llytle old to sure Box. Emptied its contents into her Lap and beat a Retreat. Polly looked at the Little Heap. They were far from Campaign trophies. Her lips twitched at sight of a rude Little heart carved from a peach Stone. Such a tiny thing to sweep the past wide open below the heart was a cheap worn copy of there had been other and of Ostlin a ,�?� but never another like that. At the faint whistle of an approaching engine Polly shivered again. Her Mother said or. Howard would he very kind but she Wasny to aching for kindness. a Aid a voice it her Elbow a Karen t you going to run Down the Hill to meet him Quot Polly Flung a part of her voluminous frock Over her Lap she laughed with a Little catch in her voice and said. Fco i m kissing myself Good by the Man looked Down at the girl admiringly. A a you re a thoroughbred a he a Aid a a where a your heiress a a asked Polly. Why Are you not with her a a she in t mine Polly the evil hour has been put off. The heiress has Hurt her foot and is too nervous to be pro posed to you be got five minutes left to you. Life Hasni to been Nice to us Polly but a it Are not vanquished. You la look like a Beautiful birthday Rake All White an glittery. Ill do a flog dance tip the Polly got her lips into a smile. The train a ame on. It puffed and a Norte i As it climbed Ami the Little Hills rumble Ltd and grumbled in answer the Man looked Down at the quiet figure Ami stooped and touched the girls lingers with his lips. A we were once a precious pair a if fools Little Polly. We be Learne to i laugh and be Wise now. But Sonn Law i d like to be a fool once not a line of the girl s figure stirred. With a Long drawn out shriek tie train swept Amu Iid a near curve. 1 he Man turned away. Polly a lug her Heel into the ground and sent 1 a Hummock out. With a bound to a Little peach Stone heart leaped to Quot the Man s feet. It was going to it find out if Fate was such a t or a Ltd it was going to i see if Sii. Would t turn kind. A a lev Aii l to 1 Man vre facing Eai i d in r Vii ii i twin pounded in. She 1. �1 pit �1 up lie lie held i a t i or a it Ach Stone. 1 it l to i was telling myself u p it a a i a a by defiantly. A it \ ourself dear a i. V. A 1 i her eyes were on a St tit i. Ii who Hud stepped from the Pullman and was making his eager. Panting Way toward her Hammock. A Polly a some one very much nearer was panting now 1 let you beat your life out in poverty Street 1 could t let its Bare Walls a Rush your spirit 1 you to give up All the Gay. Smart empty things you love for Quot a tiresome things a a Polly the cry went straight to the girls heart a you could to �?o1 said Polly a then you would to the Sun slanted into the a Depths of Polly a shining misty eyes. She tried to speak hut could not. Howard iut Twenty feet away stopped Short and wipe Al his wet brow. A i m frightened a Polly a voice a Tiv Rcd childishly a we used to a we with conviction. A it got us it it of every Howard wiped his perplexed Middle aged brow. Then he wiped Liis perplexed spectacled eyes. Ii a was very Eon volitional and tit Gossamer web of convention was torn in shreds. They were headed for a Little sum mor Lionso n Humli ii Yards away run Ning lightly and easily hand in hand laughing. Two truant child Vii overtaken in an act of unusual and delicious naught Ness. Lead i til ii i. The Cedar Usoz a in the manufacture of pencils Iii this country is that which grows in Florida the common red Cedar with Sreddy bark and aromatic heart Wood. The Wood is shipped from Florida in Small slabs a Little longer than a Pencil a Little wider than four or six pencils placed Side by Side and of proper thickness. The Cedar ease of a Pencil is made in halves each half being equally channelled so a that the place where they join comes against the Center of tin a Lead first we have the slab of Wood As it is shipped Fri Florida. This slab is passed under a rotary Cutter which planes the surface perfectly Flat and smooth and at the same time grooves it to receive six leads. These leads Are now Laid in the grooves of one of these i slabs and another slab similarly j placed and Groo veil is spread with glue j and Laid upon it. The two thus put together Are placed in a press and 1 when perfectly dry Are taken out and passed twice under a grooved rotary Cutter first on on Side rounding one half of the Pencil and then on the oth or. Finishing the rounding of the whole Pencil and separating one from the other at the same time. Those single pencils Are then passed through other machines which polish varnish stamp and put them in cases ready for delivery to tin Trade. English As spoken. Abby a failures Quot to i by Harriet Whitney . M thir shouted Roger Colv 1 miss Abby r what la i do a fill the. A then ill mind you. Coa nut Lay Abby sat rocking by tin South window listening resignedly to it her mothers lamentations and reproaches. Is. Had assumed about As awkward and uncomfortable a position As she could Well have inv Nettl with gone foot drawn up and her hands clasped around her knee. The old Rocker Lurell and grumbled a Peru loudly. Her Best Blue Lawn dress was tumbled and a rum pay. Her hut plus and the summer Breeze had conspired to it muss her hair and make it untidy. It straggled unbecoming by behind her ears and at the Nape of her neck. A another unsuccessful quest a said Roger Sterling to himself with a satirical smile. From his Cool Library across tin Hall he could see Abby with the Strong Light pelting in Over her at the worst possible Angle. He could also hear most of mrs. Hardener s remarks. For As that matter of fact Matron said she was so used to her literary Boarder sin did no to mind him about the House any More than a cat. A a nobody a expect you a get a position that took any kind of brains like Trixis and Mali so mrs. Hardeners energetic voice proclaimed a but a Little old District school like that 1 done to hardly see How you could have helped getting it if you tried a my dates go wrong a confessed Abby meekly. Quot tin committee said that according to it my information the declaration of Independence must have been signed several years before America was a Well a Tai us to any use to say anything More. If a body ainu to got a brain you can to give Mem one you better gather up your duds and put Mem away. And i Don t know As its Worth while to Hunt another place for you. I reckon you was Cut out for a mrs. Gardener settled Back into a displeased silence rather More depressing than her previous Harangue had been. Abby Aros with a patient sigh gathered up her hat gloves and parasol and trailed limply away. Roger Sterling looked after her with 1 More pity and less amusement than it in in Scotland in it u t Rifle. The it in heard at it itch to. The a where is the prettiest English spoken Quot is answered by n writer in tie London news and 1 strange to say it is not in England if the writer in accepted As an Ati Horita i Tivo critic. It was the opinion of sir Morell Mackenzie that those who should speak English most musically were the inhabitants of Bud Cioch Inverness Shire Scotland. They had the reputation for centuries of being perfect speakers of English but the writer says he must now got it the Glens branching northward from the caledonian canal to find the language spoken in it it purity. A in the Beautiful Glen of Moriston in particular one has imbed the most exquisite speech it so filis possible to a imagine. There is an almost total absence of dialect and vocal disfigurement though a quaint delicately marked Rise and fall of the voice Are very faintly noticeable. The language used is extraordinarily pure and free from alien words which is attributable to the fact that the people acquire their English direct from Hooks and that so far dialect contamination have not penetrated the the writer has a Good word to say of celtic pronunciation of English generally a the a harm of Irish English is undeniable it has a softness that a lick is irresistibly to the ear. But unfortunately it is linked with a certain Clement of dialect which just places it below and putted them mrs. Hardener settled submissively and so Emily into her pillows if you think a a a a can get supper a a a in la help it a Ysha i first a a directed Abby a t you set the table. But done to meddle with that a Roer cake on the third pantry shelf right hand a glad out told us exactly where it was Ltd i Slick. 1 shall have it for my announced Roger travelling off Kite Henward with alacrity while Abby flew along after Ike a Lapwing and arrived first at the goal with a new and bewildering display of roses in her Cheeks. After t we a a of Abby scare and coddling mrs. Hardener was allowed to sit up on the Shady porch. She leaned Back in her big Rocker with a delightful sense of some protecting influence about her. A How Nice it is to think there s some one to depend on in is Pinch a she said to Roger who was making a lattice for Abby slate flowering bean vines. Quot Olio d Over thought Abby <1 turn nut such sign it it Quot a ours and housekeeper after Sill her sit everything else i shall in to off i her now to help me with the a ooh 110, you can to May am a said Roger pausing suddenly in his task a be cause you a a she has secured a a hey a gasped mrs. Hardener blankly. A Abby a position a a yes a returned Roger calmly driving in a Nail. �?�1 have engaged Abby my Murrl Dkl i a the Orient. In the East in India China and Japan gitis Are married very Young. Voith us they would Dill he considered children Iid would he in bibs and pin but Over there girls of twelve Are considered of full Marriageable age and it i not at All uncommon to find wives of six or a ight or ten years. When a pro up Sal of marriage is made the father of the Young girl is applied to and the following style of answer is considered stylish and elegant a i have received with respect the Marks of your goo 1 Ness. The Choice that you deign to make of my Daugh to a to become the wife of your son shows that you esteem my poor Daught a a r More than shed serves. My daughter is coarse and stupid and 1 have not had the Talent to bring her up Well. Yet i shall nevertheless glory in obeying you on this tills is the proper and accepted Mode of reply. But fortunately for the girl wives of tin East individuals Aro often Kinder than the Law itself so that a family is often bound together by Happy and cordial relations such As could not exist if a Man really Felt his wife to be coarse and stupid v a a a it o a a a e a it a Daniel s Awakening. 1. In v j pocket fur am. Curious hand furnaces Are used in China during the Winter months chiefly in the North when the fire in place of being in the House As we have it is carried about the person beneath the thickly padded Cotton garments or in the baud. At times it is placed beneath the chair on which one is seated. This contrivance resembling the charcoal puns formerly used before the Days of the pit Coal by the Hertfordshire Straw i a items was first Intro deed to our notice when resting tit a Village Iii tin Fukien province which before we had investigated the cause we noted As a place remarkable for the deformity a if its inhabitants old men and women with strange swellings projecting in the most unaccountable places. Our speculations were however speedily set at rest and the matter satisfactorily explained by an old gentleman who removed his Greatcoat and disclosed a Small Copper Furnace secured round his Waist with a band and neatly covered with Basket work. This artificial Node of heating the body is Only resorted to in time of extreme cold As on Ordinary occasions the people deem their thick clothing a sufficient Protection during Winter.�?1holden Fenny. R i Mil i no a. Crinoline had its origin in a Woven fabric composed of hair and Linen flax Warp Lienerth name. This fabric was first us cd for shoes. That a for Bonnet. The word being coined in Iliff. As this article was costly and did nut extend the dress to the desired bulk Light steel hoops were fitted with tape upon the Bird Eagy Principio. So popular was the crib Iosim in 1st�2 that the rolling of Iii St a a a developed a great Trade in Sheffield Ami on firm alone averaged an output of from ten to fifteen tons a week. Several deaths occurring a lir through the use of crinoline killed the fashion but or. Richardson in his a afield of diseases gives no instance of a lady escaping from the efforts of being struck by lightning by the hoops acting As Eon doctors. thai hot a a i i i bottle and come i k she usually excited in his mind. He was accustomed taking Abby. With her awkwardness and angles and her perennial and futile search for positions As something of a a a kor at least mat rial for humorous Short stories. Just now in was wondering if ten re were no angular three cornered niches into it who h Suh women a a july be made to fit. As for Abby. went into her own room and sat Down on a tall straight chair pondering. There was nothing for her to a do a about the House. Her Mother was a Hearty capable woman whose Pride and boast it was that she chose to do All her own House work and allowed no assistance from her girls or any of a Lse. A if she would Only let me stay quiet-1 y at Houie and help her a meditated Abby. A i would t always feel so superfluous and guilty. We done to need the Money and ill never get a position in a Century. Well. If i am a failure As Mother a. I might As Well make the Best of it and in As Good a failure As 1 can so 1 guess i la go to work and darn my Roger Sterling passing Down the walk on his Way to town saw her at tin window rocking and darning. A poor girl a he thought with careless compassion. A of All dismal Ami disconsolate beings i think an incapable woman is the most the afternoon was growing Lute when he returned by Way of the Back porch As he was privileged to do. Something unusual seemed to be transpiring. Tin footsteps tripping about the Kitchen were not those of weighty mrs. Gardener. I looked in the door and la he d Abby poor Limp incapable Abby but she was neither Limp nor incapable now. Her face which usually wore an expression of amiable discouragement was beaming rosily through the hazy steam of some Fra Grant beverage she brewing Over tin Gas stove. Her slim figure always it a disadvantage in Lawn and lace was shapely and trim in a tidily buttoned conking apron. She was supple and springy a my Alert she was brisk and alive with purpose and Energy she saw Roger 11 of a sudden gazing at her in womb r through Tho steamy Mist. A Mother has a a a. She explained concisely in Volt a i to it fix her up and then get Riippi a for 3011.�?� in spite of her filial anxiety her eyes shone. He a of Ltd 11 a 1 As she started Sailor in the world. The Navy ration is of course provided for by Law Ami tie daily diet of the enlisted inti must conform in some degree to this proscribed regime but in finite is the variety and ample is the dietary realm it it of Lack the Sailor. As compared Wilt the daily Dili of fart of the Workingman on Shore the Odds a greatly in favor of the Sailor. Should he be in dined to Ltd grumble at his daily fare it must in Fri in Caprice of appetite. For what Labouring Man enjoys better and mor wholesome food ills of a a of must be Well cooked for no bad Rooks Are allowed in the Navy. Where a Cook is incompetent lie is reported for Jack tarts stomach must be kept in a healthy condition if our ships Are to be Maxim a with a sturdy lot of sail ors. His fond must in of the Liest Quality for it is no secret that Anele Sam demands Tho Best article in tin Market and gets it Hunton s Magazine. A a Alho r w it out a very curious method of making Wen tiler predictions has been discovered by an <��1 French Farmer. A on Christmas eve a lie says a when the Bells begin to ring for Midnight muss take to. La onions and place a hem in a Row on a table. The first onion will represent january the second february and so on. Next make a Large Slit in each onion am pour some Salt hit a it. If at the end of us hour you find that the Salt in the March onion has melted you will know that then will a a a much rain in March and a in the other hand if the Salt in the april onion is not melted you May be certain that april will he u dry month. Moreover if the Salt i any onion is melted at the top hut at the Bottom the first fortnight of the month will by wet and tin second fortnight the Llo poo Lair in. The Lio poo is essentially a Bird of the desert. A pretty tradition regarding tin Crest upon this Birds head tells that tin Crest was a gift from King Solomon in gratitude for shelter from the midday Situ provided by a flight of hoodoos. The first decoration was u Crown of Gold but As this brought unwelcome attentions from fowlers tin Monarch changed the Crown to a Crest of feathers. The characteristic note of the Hoo poo is produced a is follows the Bird swallows As much air As possible and then taps its upon tin ground. The escaping air product s the Quot Hoo Hoo Hook which has earned for the Bird its popular mail. Drummer in Kiiu Heury n time. King Henry y. Had a hand Wheeli discoursed Sweet u usie during his expedition to Ila Fleur each member being recompensed for his serv Iros with the sum of 12 Pence per diem. When the citizens of London were mustered in the thirty first year Ltd of the reign of Henry Viii. We hear that a before every Standard was appointed one Droms Lade at. Tin Yueh company of it i men at this time possessed a couple of drummers. All the year round. Spirit in you it How. Ill a a loud of Mohow a a a to a bottle. . Mrs. Wadleigh of dear mrs. Gad sum Whai s the trouble mrs. Wads eight i m so unlucky. My old nurse has left me and the new Ono i have is so unreliable that i Don t ? at All easy in my mind unless 1 see the children at least two or three times a week. Its so exasperating a Chicago record Herald. I it a Al if h t i o i l re a a i of. A do Ali. H inked counsel a swear that a a a a will Tell tin truth tin whole truth and Quot a ooh. Hov. I vely a the fair witness interrupted. Hall i really be allow d a to talk All the often soon if i want to i tit lion t ,.sk r to Himsel fas he Taggi goddess like groaned or she or with a 1 along form. Is. Gar away a a a Rose vapor a a can to i h Quot yes. to and it Imu Iii she dered a said Kogo Grin of Tiiu Romett after tie skim Iii a More hot stuff in Ras 111� a a Dor of Abby a brow smote her from afar. I m warmer now Abby. In this Mountain of blankets you put Over me and with the hot Iron. I think in a getting Over the chill Anil i la try and get up after a Little and so a about a Quot not a bit of it you won Abby a voice was Low and tranquil but Roger marked the firm undercurrent. A you Are not going to do one thing today nor until you Are perfectly Well. You must drink this hot Lemou Ude and go to sleep if you can. Hive me the hot water but the or. Sterling. There As Abby tucked Down the blankets lit a Hui Ink of Xvan Jinhu Kratfil. On the occasion of Washington a see oud inaugural Many of the members a of Congress were desirous of waiting nil him Iii testimony of respect As chief magistrate a motion was made to adjourn for half an hour for the Pur Post. Which. It we Vir. Met with great a a pro Ilion As a spa its of homage Quot it was netting up us idol dangerous to Liberty. It had a Bias toward Mon Archy a i a Linn. A i unbent ten years old occupied of a of the a knt seats in an Oral examination in history at Otu of Tho i schools. Ii was rather Bri it i Quot King and evidently had a a a a. Go no la Pillion of his own learn i g. He a an Tell me what slaves and i f a a in a of the King were railed in i Tull in old limes a Aski a Tho i top it car old raised ids hand like a Sneket a a we ii. It. Johnnie its. Mils and vast line Quot was in rep nov York limes. By Maude. A a 4. Sulli Oan a a a a 4� a a a a a v a a a a a a v a a a a a a though two women had called him a husband a Daniel in womb had never been in love. His first marriage with a Cousin had been the terms of his Grandfather s will and the second Union was simply a a in of a one Iii Iiene Daniel Newcomb win love a had need a a housekeeper Ami Betty Blois orphan too old a to seek the shelter of an institution and too trustful to 1�� thrown on the world Hall needed a a Home. It had resulted i As such mar ridges usually it la a disastrously for tin woman. Daniel was satisfied with Betty. She was pretty and economical Ami she made him comfortable but Betty Hal grown to love her St a lib a Hus Batal with All the ardor of a Young and grateful heart. Worm he Ever really can for her could anything make her appear Lovely in his sight she was asking herself these questions As she Stool in mrs. Yard Well a Millim by shop surveying the mass of Hue Ami to la a wars that rested on her sunny head. �?o1 Tell you what miss Newcomb a said mrs. Yard Well ready to it close a bargain. If Daniel Don t like it or he thinks it too High priced ill agree to change it. Most All my hats Are sold with that Understandin. Husbands have to i be pleased now Day a a a Tisne to the Price. Daniel s real Liberal. Ill take it Quot answered Betty nervously As she opt no Al her purse. There was a Wistful la a a a a in her Hazel eyes As she asked. A did Yoti know Mary Ellen. Daniel s first wife a a from the time she was a a would she have worn a hat like this a a land no them buttercups v la oks Al Well agin Mary Ellen a red face to say nothing of the poppies. Id As soon looked Fet toss is on a clothesline As Fer posies on Mary Ellen. Even if shed .11 inclined to Wear pm. Shed have fal Ted at the Cost. She was extremely a so Daniel murmured Betty As sin left the shop. Her precious head gear deposited carefully in the Wagon sin a hitched her horse and Start Al it toward the trim farmhouse by the River. Mrs. Yan Lwell watched her until her slender figure faded from sight. Then she went into her workroom. she said to her Helper. A Daniel new comb s a w wife is a real to King Little tiling As swat and pretty As to other was humbly and stingy in a afraid from what she said that Daniel is Mary Kllc nine her to death. I Oor 1 Little thing i a to Hope she is but Betty was not Happy. Many times sin her marring Hnz Ash it looked with tear filled eyes Toxvard tin Little burial plot beneath the evergreens and prayed that she might fill tin place in her in Art formerly occupied by the woman sleeping there. Ii a Hub am s approval of her was gauged by the Way Lier actions tallied with Mary Ellen a. Daniel was not a displeased. Hut the difference in tin women was so strik ing that mor than once he was quite unconscious of an uttered cd it Parison. Ti10 first wit a Model housewife had a faulty a of making people feel uncomfortable in her or so my. Bettye a household duties might a a performed a trifle less religiously the a lust might sometimes Settle upon tin parlor furniture but tin sunlight crept there 1 too and her very nature radiated compatibility. On one oct Assn the usual comparison remained unexpressed. Betty had called her husband into it the brightly lighted parlor and pointed proudly to the old sofa pile a High with pillows covered with Chintz Ami denims. She had found some unused Feather Beds in the attic and in them had seen the possibilities Ltd a cozy Corner such As she had often admired in Tho shop windows. Before Daniel could utter the customary Quot Mary Ellen have done sin invited him to test its Comfort and lulled by the luxurious so a Ftp is. The remark was lost in a doze. Thereafter it was his favorite Retreat and Sun not forbidden him. Shade of Mary Ellen How was Betty to know that the unused Feather Beds and the darkened parlor wore the Pride of her Preb a Essory a heart it was with Many misgivings that she called Daniels attention to her new hat. There was no mistaking the disapproval in his countenance. A you going to Wear that a he gasped. A Why yes. Done to you like it Daniel a Betty perched it bewitching by 011 her head. A a it a pretty enough. But How those red Flowers will look agin the Crape band on my hat i vowed i d show All respect to Mary Ellen and that band can to come Ltd of in less than a year. Ainu to you got no respect for appearances red poppies agin Black Crape of Betty can to you understand How i feel a one look at Tho Bright head and the nodding Flowers and Daniel dashed out toward the barn. Poor Betty she removed the hat and fell weeping into a chair. Yes she understood. She knew now How lonely lie was and she would show him that sin sympathized with him hurriedly she a wrapped up the offending head dress an 1 slipped Fri a in the House. It was a Long. Not to walk Buck to the milliners but her out thought was to get Back to mrs. Yard Well. A mrs. Yard Well a she cried breath Lessly after a hat seemed an eternity of walking a a in be come to change my list 1 in Vega it to l ave a mourning a for the us Saks Quot exclaimed the Milliner of tried by curiosity. A have i you lost a re hit Ion did t know you had a sort of answered Betty giving a Farewell Pat to the poppies. "1 want the deepest dyed mounting a a a us be it was soon upon her head a heavy Black thing that fell in hot folds Over her shoulders. A k Over the re a ail she trudged to la a weight of the a pts not pulling at her temples and sending throbs into her head. The heat of the Sun made her dizzy Ami faint. Of for something to Relief it her sin half turned into the doctors Yard but 110 then was a Medicine a Best Well Lilly Al at Loim she would wait until Sli reached there. One of Mary a Virtues had been a a of Iundy. Blindly she Stag gored 1 in toward Home entered it and went to the inn Ileine a Best blindly she grasped a bottle and drank from it then sin re a inhere i in More. When Dnni�-1 returned that night from doing tin chores he missed Bettye a Welcome at the door. She had not failed to a meet him then Sime their marriage. In found her �11 the kit it Hon Fly a or Onvel up a in widow s weeds and writhing in agony to Luinski but tenderly lie removed the ugly Bonnet and pawed her on her bed. Where she Lay raving and tossing while he ran for help. It was fortunate that the doctor was Lri ing past just As the distracted Man Rush Al from the House. He and Minista red the proper antidote. For tin Poison Betty had so to Low in her search for headache in d Seine. Mrs Yard Xiv 11 was soon summoned for Betty raved of her and the poppy hat. She called Daniel to a conference in the barn. What was said to him he never quite remember Al. Jim was wondering dumbly if Betty were going 1�� die and trying to picture Home without her. Of or one. In his Busy life he was taking time to a realize that in was in hive with his wife. When Betty opened her eyes in consciousness it was to find her husband sitting by her tenderly stroking her hands and the beloved poppy Liat Lay on the Coverlet beside her. Sin looked at him a wonderingly. A a it a for you dear a said Daniel huskily a for you to Wear. In All respect to Mary Ellen in be taken off the Crape and Well it her rest now where she is of a a give me Betty in be been a brute. But in be suffered since you be been lying there and in be found out How dear you Are to a but in a not like Mary Ellon a whispered Betty faintly. A no thank Hod but you re mine and 1 love you. I want you to he Happy in your own Way hereafter and try to love me a Little. Will you. Dear a she was too weak to answer but she smiled a Happy Little Sumile As her husband Bent Ami for tin first time gave or a lovers kiss. A a a i Iii in the stud. A lady a Olio was a aunt Kate to James Macneill Whistler All his life a 1 though not a relative gives in a Lon Rion journal a glimpse of Whistler the boy. She had known him Ever since he was u child of two years. She was a neighbor of the whistlers and after a Long absence from Home she called upon them and asked at once a where is Jenille a a the was in the room a few minutes ago Quot was the answer. A i think he must be Here presently a Emmler a tiny form wat discovered stretched on the under shelf of a table. The visitor went to secure the prize and asked. A what Are you doing there Jem Ernie a a a in be in one Small hand Xmas a Pencil per haps two inches Long and in the other a morsel of paper about three inches Square. Y it in these tiny proportions the Little artist Xmas even then doing work that showed an exquisite Promise. A it a and old wonder. The seven world wonders of Antiquity were the pyramids Babylon s gardens Mauro lust Tomb the Temple of Diana the colossus of Rhodes Jupiter s statue by phidias and the pharos of Egypt or. 11s some substitute the Palace of Cyrus. Thu seven wonders of the Middle Ages were the coliseum of Rome the catacombs of Alexandria the great Wall of China. Stonehenge the leaning Tower of Pisa the porcelain Tower of Nankin and the mosque of St. Sophia at constantinople. The seven wonders of the new world Are Niagara Falls the Mammoth Cave. Old faithful the tireless Geyser in Yellowstone Park the big Trees be Quoin of California the grand of Auy i of the Colorado the great fresh water lakes and the great Salt Lake. Damp weather and health. The influence of Damp weather upon sensitive people is remarkable. If there is a sore spot anywhere it hurts More. Latent weakness of any of the organs is brought out by congestion and irregularity of function. Suppressed coughs Start into activity and neuralgia nerves speak out. Old chronic rheumatism Renews its life while corns Are aggravated. The pulse is slow the heart weak the blood vessels Lack tone the Muscles Are flabby the venous and Lymphatic systems become engorged the mind is languid and clouded. There is a general depression of vitality. A Lute Lieut it Hini Kanaet. In 1ss4 or. Smyth la United states Consul at Liberia brought to this country u Young Chimpanzee about seven teen months old and sold him to the new York Park department for the Cost of transporting him. As he came first class passage the Price Xmas $125. Ii was named Crowley. He to a a a to keeper Cook from the first and until his death they were the Best of friends. He Xmas very intelligent and i believe was As near human As an animal could be. He would sit at a table to eat putting 011 a Napkin and using a knife Fork and spoon when necessary. When in had finished he would use the Napkin carefully fold it up and Lay it beside his plate. About two weeks before he died a severe attack of pneumonia set in and or. Marsh surgeon of the Park police was called. Every morning when the doctor entered the room he would say. A Good morning Crowley Quot and Crowley would get up to shake hands. Then the doctor would say. A How Arey a a this morning a and Crowley would Grin. The doctor would examine him and say Quot your pulse. Crow and Crowley would extend his hand. A a nov your and Crowley would throw Back his arms to allow the doctor to place his ear to his breast. A and now your Back. Crow Ley a and he would turn his Back. Lie Grev very feeble before death and Cook let Ltd by him from Early morning until late at night. Late in the after 1 of Tho any be died Cook held him in his arms for about an hour. Cook put him Down 011 the floor and Crowley raised himself up put out his hand to shake hands As Cook said a to bid him Good turned toward the Wall of his room and dropped dead Outing. Romul la a Moon. A will says a historian a it is said that a Sakya Mizii Xmas one Day wandering half St Nix de in the Forest a pious Hare met him and offered itself to he slain and cooked for dinner whereupon l in holy Buddha set it on High in the Imam that future generations of men might see it and Marvel at its in lilt Samoa 11 islands these dark patches a re sup my sed to be portions of a woman s figure. A certain woman was once hammering something with a inn i let when la Moon arose looking so much Iilva a breadfruit that the woman asked it to come Down and allow her child to Ltd eat off a piece of it but the Moon enraged at the insult gobble d up woman Mallet and child and i Here in la Namin s belly you May still behold them. _ Vul of a Ltd ooh a. Quot is 1 y. A log a a believe that Story of tin go my so having a Golden egg a a a Well it would be just like a Ottose to a do Sun h a foolish things chums wit bubbles in toasts. So Iii Lului Tiiu Risum so. In ii us a a in Ithily i. \�i-�mk�m1 it Al i 111 a it a i 11�-1 m. A jts 11>,.-1 a Ota tin following woman la fairest work in ail creation tin a a a Liti ii i it Large and 110 Man Danild a a a without a a l a Iii Sim Ondell by u youth who l his a listau sweetheart said -1 to ti�1� a her. So a Sweet that hot \ we Iii Blush in her presence and treacle stand 1�?Turtlat. In Regar 1 to the fair sex we have woman sin in is no Eulogy a Las mks for it if a a woman the bitter half of in regard to Matrimony some Bach for a of i a go the Gate a a his Jinjian cd Gruic and returns to a at the marriage of a deaf and dumb couple some wit wished them a unspeakable at a Riippi a Given to a writer of comedies a wag said Quot la writers very go Al health. May la live to he As old us his from a Law Meritie Quot the Bench and the bar. If it were not for the bar there would be Little usef or the a celebrated statesman while dining Whit a Diu lass on her Eightieth birthday. In proposing her health said a May you live my lady Duchess until you begin 10 grow Quot i thank you she said Quot and May you Long continue your taste for London tit bits. Drinking hii<1 skin Ulnic. A the prevalent idea that drinking and a smoking Are companion vices is altogether wrong a said a physician who has mad a special study of dips Omania. Quot i find on the contrary that the habitual drunkard is not abnormally addicted to it the use of tobacco. He May use the Weed As a lesser stimulant when not strongly under the influence of alcohol but when the drink gets firmly entrenched in his system he cares nothing for tobacco for then it has lost its Force and its influence upon his nerves. Of course i mean in extreme cases. Quot on the other hand it is a rather curious fact that in the Case of the moderate Drinker who also smokes the cutting off of his Supply of tobacco will increase his appetite for alcoholic beverages and w Hile at first the liquor will not affect him nearly so much As when he is smoking in the end it will do him up. Consequently it is Safe to assume that the Man who always used liquor and tobacco in moderation will if he gives up tobacco take More strongly to liquor. In fact this is no Assumption it has been demonstrated on numerous o,asions.�? Philadelphia record. Or Iii us Iii Iuzie patient. A Pat ii it entered the consulting room walking la n award. Under the delusion that Iii head had got a twist round and that his face was turned the wrong Way. Instead of laughing at him. As i a a pm a to a a the doctor entered into Ihu ease w Ith the greatest Gravity tapping his patients head All Over looking into his Throat and ears and sympathizing with him. The patient was at 01a won Over and placed the utmost a a of Iilene in the doctors Assur Anee that a Complete cure would be eff it my in a few Days voluntarily exercising la greatest care in carrying out the medical directions which con Sisis Al in elaborate nothings to keep the patient occupied. A Day or two afterwards the doctor met him with feigned Surprise and congratulated him. A on what a asked the patient. A judge for yourself a replied the to to or. Handing him a Mirror. The Man Surv a a Al his corrugated countenance intently for a few seconds when w Ith tin Dawn of conviction there stole a Grin into his Stern features. Thanking the doctor lie skipped out of the room in a five nay of Delight. London tit bits. A larval of memory. A postal Derk in a civil service examination a lid not make a single error in properly sorting 12,<mmi test postal a a arils. A Mali re presenting a Post office in c to talk territory assigned. This was Dotie at the rate of thirty three and a one half cards a minute. Quot far More thinks american Micili in Quot is la memory of an expert piano player who will play an entire Sims i s concerts without a note of printed music before him. His memory is perfect that hundreds of thousands of notes must be at the orderly and instant disposal of the will and this is a a with a multiplicity of synchronous recollection of timbre tempi a expression. It to. The mystery is at present past la hinting of any explanation and this fact is As Beautiful As it is appalling. It shows us How far we Are from any real science of a Vaughty Chi experience. Yachter seems to me you had a squally time tit your House last night. Young father yes indeed the tender Willie with what might be termed Quot Bare poles a was caught by 11 spanking Breeze astern. Town and country. L a in grievance. Mother Tommy Stop asking you Fath a so Many questions. Done to you see it annoys him ? Tommy Why. Mother its not the questions that make him angry. Its because he can to answer a Rella ble Tia shop tor All kind of tin roofing spout lne and general Job work. Stove9, Heaters. Ranges furnaces. A to. 1 lev tin i mite l a lilith toe Best John Hixson no. 116 e. Front St. J. J. Brown. The Eye a specially Kyes tested treated a. Wittol with glasses a and artificial eyes supplied. Market Street Bloomsburg a. Hours let to a in to 5 1�. M nothing has Ever equalled it. Nothing can Ever surpass it. Or. King s new discovery re re sons to my Tox of gum and Oil Price 50c 4 $1.00 a perfect for All Throat and cure lung troubles. Money Back if it fails. Anal bottles free. T Accawanna Railroad. U a Bloomsburg division West. . . i. V new 2 00i0u0 1 41 p. M 6 17 1 a Gnu p. M Buffalo. In 11 2 45m. Scranton. A 0 58 1uu5a.m. A. M. P. M. P. Or Scranton. In to bib 1010 to 55 6. By Emi. Taylor. �44 to 17 2 03 6 14 Lackawanna. to 24 2 10 6 50 Duryea. �63 10 28 i 6 5 Pitta on. A in t 2 17 6 57 Susquehanna a it 7 01 10 37 2 10 6 50 went Pitta on 7 05 10 41 223 7 02 Wyoming. 7 in toe 227 707 forty fort. 2 31benuel. 7 17 1052 2 34 7 14 7 24 10 56 2 40 7 20 w Ilkew Barrt a 7 40 11 10 2 50 7 30 Wilkes Barre la 7 la a 1040 2 30 7 10 Kingst onix 7_i 1056 2 40 720 Plymouth june. Plymouth. 7 25 1105 2 49 a 20 n Nanticoke. 7 4. Ill 2 78 7 37 llunlock�?Ts.7 us. A 7 48 Shiek shinny. 8 01 820 7 5b Plicka Kerr. 8 11 111 43 3 30 the 08 Beach Haven. H i 1 is 3 37 8 0s Berwick. 8 27 i. It i "44 t Lri Riri reek.�8 32 1360v it we Rove 18 36 i 54 of 24 Ridge. 840 fl2u0 >8 feb 28 1 i8 46 12 if. 18. 8 84 Bloom it. A a a a a. 8 53 12 22 4 12 6 40 Kupert. 8 57 1225 4 15 8 45 Cata Wohha. 0 02 12 32 4 22 8 f u Danville. 0 15 12 h 4 3� 9 05 cameron.bf267 4i Nort Humber cd a 9 35 1 10 4 55 9 30 East. A. M. A. M. P. M. P. To Nort Burnheim. A �5 floor to 50 5 21 Cameron �57t2 01 15 8 Danville. 7 07 1019 2 11 6 u a Tawahsa. 7 21 10 82 2 23 5 5t Rupert. 728 1087 2 29 6 0 Bloomsburg .7 33 10 41 2 33 6 0t Espy. 7 �8 ,10 48 2 40 6 1, Lime kludge 7 44 �0 54 72 46 8 2 Willow or ova f7 48 a. F2 50 Bria Creek. 7 62f2 53 f 62 Berwick. 757 f 105 2 58 6 84 Beech Haven. 8 05 f11 12 3 03 6 41 Hicks ferry. 8 i f41 17 3 09 6 47 stick shinny 8 22 11 31 3 20 feb 59 Hunlock a. 833. 3 31 f7 u9 Nanticoke. 8 38 �144 3 38 7 >4 Avondale. 342 7 21 Plymouth. 8 45 1152 347 7 a Plymouth june. 8 47352. Kingston a 8 55 11 59 4 00 7 38 Wilkes Barre a 9 10 12 10 4 10 7 50 Wilkes Barreit n 40 11 40 3 50 7 30 Kingston. In 8 55 11 59 4 00 7 36 Luzerne. 8 58 a 12 02 4 As 7 42 forty f Ort. F9 a. 4 07wyoming. 9 0.5 12 08 4 12 7 �6 West Pitta on. 9 to. 4 17 7 a Susquehanna ave. 9 13 12 14 4 20 7 5 Pittston. 9 19 12 17 4 24 8ii Duryea. 9 234 29 8 06 Lackawanna. 9 264 42 8 10 Taylor. 9 324 40 8 17 Bellevue. Scranton. A 9 42 12 35 4 50 8 26 . P. M scr Antoniv .025 i 5511 if Buffalo. A. 7 55 7 0 a. M. P. M Scranton la 10.10 12.40 .3.35 -2 10 a. V new 3 30 5 0�i 7 35 6 5f a daily daily except sunday. Stops on signal or on notice to conductor a stops on signal to take on passengers lot new York Binghamton and Points West. T. t. W. Lee then. Superintendent. Gen.?it Pennsylvania Railroad time in effect nov. 29th, 1903. A. m. Surf Tantod Fahy a a i 47 i 42 it 2x. Pittston a 7 Wilkes Barre. La a plym the ferry a n Nanticoke. To canal Iua a a a Wapwallopen. Quot Nescopeck Are fit 15� 2 10 a. M i 63 a. M in. »1. Tylo 35 2 45 >8 00 7 j2 11&Quot 42 i 2 52 of a "7 7 42 10 50 3 01 a 17 8 01 11 Ltd 8 2i 6 37 s i ii 1� 3 31 a 47 8 18 11 a a 3 42 7 my a. Al a. I. P. Al Sousville. La 5 50 ill 55 Hazleton. 7 05 2 45 >2 45 Tom Hicken. A a 7 22 3 05 m 05 Fern Hen. A a 7 24 3 15 3 15 Kook Ajlen. A t6 3 22 3 22 Nescopeck. A 02 to it Ataw i it a. A too 4 \. M a. I p. M p Nescopeck. In a 8 18 �11 20 42 -7 00 Creasy. 8 31 11 3�. 3 "2 7 09 Espy ferry. E. Bloomsbury a 1 is 4 it 4>, 1 4 02 7 2i 8 47 11 50 4 01 4 25 Catawissa. La 6 .6 114 13 m 82 South Danville a 14 12 15 4 31 7 is Sunbury. A 9 35 12 40 Al 8 15 Sun Bury. Lewisburg a Milton. Williamsport. Lock Haven. Kenova. Kane. A. M. P. M. P. M . Of 42 <512 48 a it 5 18 y .,310 1.3 la 98 11 0<> 11 59 . 1 4 1 39 1 41 2 20 3 �>0 8 25 5 44 10 14 b 40 10 00 7 37 1 . P. M. Lock a Venlo 12 10 3 45belief byte a 1 of i h a a a a tyrone�?o2 10 Ltd Ltd a. Philipsburg a a 5 10 s 8 02clearfield. A a 5 54 a 8 45pittsburg. A a �551045, . . P. M. Sunbury la 9 60 $ 1 -59 5 to 8 31 Harrisburg a 11 30 a a 3 15 a 50 10 10 p. M. P. M. P. M. 4 3 17 0 23 9 28 4 23 a 3 11 0 co 9 45 2 20 a 4 20 i 7 16 10 55 3 30 Philadelphia., a Baltimore. Washington. Sunbury. Lewistown pc. A Pittsburg. A. M. . La �10 00 a 2 15 11 4 5 4 05a 55 �10 45 p. I. Harrisburg. La 11 46 6 20 n 7 20 110 . . A. M. A 51 Pittsburg Are 55 ii 160 1 Jor 30. Pitts Burgly Harrisburg. A p. Al7 10 a. A i j 2 00 9 00 3 01� a i. 4 25 11 25 8 00 p i 3 10 Pittsburg la i.ewi6i<>wn pc. Quot Sun bursar Washington. La Baltimore. Philadelphia. A a Harrisburg la Sun bursar Clearfield. Phil Ihburg. A a Tyrone. A a Bellefonte. A a lock Haven Are u 00 . 7 30 v 21 a i 8 00 3 00 4 60 p. M. 1�1 40 11 in 11 40 a a a a i 4 25 a i 7 50 8 40 s 30 10 50 11 45 11 40 p i i 3 25 i 6 13. 3 3.-. 5 to a i a. Al 7 55 �11 40 9 36 1 08 p. Al 12 45 a 3 30 i 29 7 00 8 16 9 15 a i 3 00 tip 9 32 10 30 a i 1 8 Len 9 2&Quot 10 i 12 �5 1 25 2 10 p. M. A i a i a 5 35 Kane a a a 8 45 a 00 Kenova. Quot 11 50 a a it 10 30 Ith lock liar Cne Quot 12 .38 7 0 11 25 1 2 50 a. Al p i Williamsport. 2 14 8 25 12 40 3 80 2 23 9 13 1 25 4 8 y of 1 1.5 4 22 Sunbury. Are 9 1� 1 64 6 05 a. M. A i 1�?T m a a 45 9 55 a 2 00 5 2.� South Danville a a 7 11 �0 17 2 21 5 50 Catawissa i ? in 85 2 6 08 e . A 10 43 2 43 6 15 Espy ferry Quot 7 42 Fly it 47 16 19 Creasy 7 52 10 66 2 m a 30 a Nescopeck Quot 8 02 11 05 3 05 6 40 a i 1. Al 10 38 Nesco Peekie 8 23 a o us a it la a a it cd i 22 i 28 Fern Hen Quot "85� 11 28 "582 7 34 8 58 u to 5 38 t 42 Hazleton. A a 9 19 u 57 5 59 8 05 Pottsville. Quot 10 15 1 50 a a a i Nescoe Eklov h 02 11 06 j 3 05 6 Iii Wapwallopen. A 8 19 11 20 3 20 a 62. Bloc Uniqua. 8 31 11 32. 90 7 01 8 54 11 64 3 49 7 19 plym the ferry i 9 02 12 02 1 7 28 Wilks Barie. 9 a a 12 10 4 05 7 85 Pitts Tom a h a. 9 2v 12 29 4 5. 8 04 Scranton a a a a 10 08 1 08 5 24 j. 3 29 weekdays. Daily. R Flag station. Pullman parlor and sleeping cars run a it a through trains Between Sunbury. Williamsport and Erie Between Sunbury and Philadelphia Ami Washington and a Between Harrisburg. Pitts Burg and the West. For further information apply to ticket agents w w \ i i Erbil by i k. Wood Gen i manager puss. Teafile mgr . W Hoyd. A a a i i i let Senger a enl
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